Success Secrets of a Million Dollar Party Girl


We’ll be awarding a signed copy of Success Secrets of a Million Dollar Party Girl to one of the first 15 commentors of this post!

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Listen to Lynn Bardowski tell her fascinating story of quitting her lucrative but unfulfilling job to create her own “party” business through direct marketing.

Some highlights:

  • Find how your life purpose can be right in front of you

  • Putting your dream on hold while waiting for friends and family to support you (don’t!)

  • How your thoughts become reality – REAL self education

  • How to let go of other peoples’ expectations

  • How failure is a blessing (and an integral part of success!)

Have you made the step (or thinking about it) from corporate stress to freedom within your own business?  Let us know in the comments below.

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4 Responses to Success Secrets of a Million Dollar Party Girl

  1. Erica Holthausen October 4, 2013 at 6:12 pm #

    I so resonate with Lynn’s story! Once upon a time, I was a securities litigation attorney in Boston. It was interesting, but not fulfilling. And I didn’t become a lawyer to deal with securities litigation. I became a lawyer to make the world a better place. I left, with no plan in place, and spent the next ten years trying to figure out what my next step would be. I had always wanted to be an attorney, so when I left that job, I really lost my sense of self. But I’ve always loved being of service and the work I do now is so much more fulfilling. My next step? Is to join that 2% of women who hit that $1 million revenue goal!

  2. Darlene Cary October 7, 2013 at 10:58 am #

    Thanks, Erica! Your story is so inspiring. Hear more of Erica’s journey to success in our interview here:

  3. Stephanie October 23, 2013 at 2:15 pm #

    I really enjoyed listening to this podcast interview. I loved her story of overcoming failure more than once. Her persistence and patience was so inspiring!

  4. Darlene Cary October 23, 2013 at 7:11 pm #

    Yes – and keeping her faith in her dream despite what others said. Thanks!

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